At this year’s New York Auto Show, General Motors not only did the standard unveiling of new vehicles, but they also dropped some pretty big industry news. With the auto market struggling in the current economy, GM announced that they have decided to focus on their four main brands: Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, and Pontiac. With this change, they will merge GMC, Pontiac, and Buick under one roof, combining all of the brands’ best features.
As I mentioned above, in addition to major announcements on where GM would be focusing their resources, they also launched their 2010 GMC Terrain. The Terrain is GMW’s new crossover, getting 30 mpg and available in showrooms this summer.
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